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Seddon’s painting team wins Transport for Greater Manchester framework

Seddon’s painting team has been awarded a major reactive maintenance and refurbishments contract with Transport for Greater Manchester. The three-year framework will see the team working across complex live environments, including carrying out important maintenance works for the region’s 99 Metrolink stations, bus stations and throughout the region’s growing public transport network.

The decorative and reactive maintenance works will significantly improve the appeal of the region’s public transport network. It follows the announcement of Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham’s ambitious plans for the city’s ‘London-Style’ Bee Network as he seeks to revitalise the city’s transport infrastructure. Seddon’s maintenance works will ensure each of the network’s Metrolink and bus stations are in the best possible condition.

The securing of this major new maintenance framework comes off the back of the painting team’s record-breaking turnover of £6 million in 2022. Noteworthy partnerships include an eight-year collaboration with Oasis Academy, which has evolved substantially from its initial framework, as well as Infrastructure Managers Ltd (IML). The team has also established valuable relationships, carrying out key maintenance works for the NHS and numerous local authorities encompassing housing, educational, commercial, and leisure facilities.

Danny McCann, director of painting and maintenance at Seddon said, “Our growth stems from the dedication and talent within our team, as well as the strong relationships we foster with our clients. We prioritise quality and service above all else, and our focus on flexibility, adaptability, and reliability sets us apart from the competition. Our recent growth demonstrates that we can handle a high volume of projects without compromising on quality.”

The range of services offered by Seddon’s painting team includes maintenance works, internal and external painting, commercial painting repairs, specialist coatings for Grade II listed buildings, mould treatment, and wallpapering.

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